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cuts would jeopardize our military readiness. they've devastate priorities like education and energy and medical research. they would certainly slow our recovery and cost us hundreds of thousands of jobs. that's why democrats, republicans, business leaders and economists have already said that these cuts-- known here in washington as the sequester-- are a really bad idea. now, some in congress have proposed preventing only the defense cuts by making even bigger cuts to things like education and job training, medicare and social security benefits. that idea is even worse. (applause) yes, the biggest driver of our long-term debt is the rising cost of health care for an aging population. and those of us who care deeply about programs like medicare must embrace the need for modest reforms. otherwise, our retirement programs will crowd out the investments we need for our children and jeopardize the promise of a secure retirement for future generations. but we can't ask senior citizens and working families to shoulder the entire burden of deficit reduction while asking nothing more from th
in education, clean energy, and repairing the nation's crumbling roads and bridges. he'll take his state of the union message on the road later this week with atlanta and chicago. >> the los angeles police department has now received more than 600 tips on the where abouts of christopher dorner. he's the excop now killer accused of murdering a police officer and a young couple. police are offering a $1 million reward for information that leads them to dorner. >>> and coming up on your only local news at 7:00, we'll show you how one man is using clothing to wage a war on bullying. >> see you then, derek. still ahead in this half hour, crime friends on the metro. we'll tell you what happened in 2012 and what the agency is doing to keep riders safe in 2013. >>> plus, a brand-new d.c. concert announcement to tell you about and we look back at a musical milestone here in our area. top. >> talk about the high and low today. it was a great day temperature wise. 54 officially. 38 was the low. average is 46 and 30. look at that record low, 15 below. that is the all-time record low for downtown.
including, for example, the secretary of energy. the question still is when will we see those major women appointed to top-level cabinet positions whether it's justice or something else? >> well, the attorney general intends to stay. the president just appointed sally jewell to the department of interior last week. he'll be filling out his cabinet in the coming weeks. i think when he's finished, you will see it is a cabinet that reflects the diversity of our country. not just the cabinet but sub-cabinet and one that he believes will put america first but the middle class first, help those who want to move into the middle class, and move our country forward. we're very optimistic, charlie, about the future. and it's time to get going now. >> valerie jarrett, good to see you. thank you for joining us. >> thanks, nora. thanks, charlie. >>> former vice president dick cheney's condemning and praising president obama in a wide-ranging interview you'll only see on "cbs this morning." cheney has criticized the president's choice of national security advisers for his second term. we began by askin
. the nation's crumbling infrastructure and clean energy. while gun control won't be the central theme, it will still get some air time. several lawmakers have invited victims of gun violence. former congresswoman, gabrielle giffords and her husband, mark kelly, will join the arizona delegation. the couple just launched a new tv ad that will follow the president's speech, calling on lawmakers to pass gun control legislation. >> congress must act. >> president obama will take his state of the union message on the road later this week. on capitol hill, tara mergener for cbs news. >> gun advocate will be texas congressman, steve stockman's guest. >>> same-sex partners will soon have access to the very same benefits offered to their heterosexual counterparts. leon panetta signed off on the memo earlier today and said it is a matter of fundamental equity that we provide similar benefits who serve their country. those changes should happen in the next few months. >> looking for any help they could get in the slaying of an elderly woman. they were going door to door handing out fliers wit
, looking for a guy who has the youth and the energy to travel the globe to reach out to the world's 1.2, nearly 1.2 billion catholics. he said there's a great value in experience and that, he says, of course comes with age. anita. >> there's a lot to be said for both. bruce leshan, thank you. news of pope benedict's res education in res resignation. the pope's visit left a lasting mark on the campus. >> he was himself, a university professor and that is something that means a lot to us. >> it filled me with sadness because pope benedict has been such an inspirational leader for the church. such a great mind. >> catholics were asked to pray for pope benedict during this week's mass. >> pope benedict became the leader of the roman catholic church. and he was elected by the college of cardinals april 19, 2005, he served for nearly eight years before announcing that resignation today and he'll officially step down february 28. and then the paper conclave gets together to choose his successor and that begins march 1. the selection process could take days or weeks. however, the church
to ask congress to invest more in education, clean energy and repairing the nation's crumbling roads and bridges. he'll take his state of the union message on the road later this week with stops in asheville, north carolina, atlanta and chicago. >>> musician and gun advocate ted nugent is making the trip to d.c. for the state of the union address. he'll be the guest of steve stockman. he's been outspoken in his support for the national rifle association and his dislike of the president. he was investigated by the secret service last year after saying if president obama were re-elected, he would, quote, either be dead or in jail. stockman said he is excited to sit nugent next to him and is pretty sure he'll have a lot to say after the address. >>> parents of the chicago shooting victim will also be at the state of the union. the honor student was gunned down days after she marched at president obama's inauguration. tonight two game members have been charged with her murder. >>> president obama awarded the medal of honor today to an army staff sergeant, recognized for his actions durin
in new source of energy and new infrastructure and the next generation of high-wage, high-tech american manufacturing. i believe in manufacturing. ( applause ) i think it makes our country stronger. >> reporter: the white house says linamar is part of a manufacturing revival. 500,000 new jobs in three years. true. but manufacturing jobs nationally haven't grown since july. >> i move out this way to go back to school. >> reporter: eight miles from where the president spoke today, we found 27-year-old curt fullmer. he's training to be a measurist at a local community college after serving two tours with the army in iraq and afghanistan. increasingly, companies build factories near trained workers. mr. obama wants $1 billion to expand manufacturing research and training. fullmer, who found training on his own learned this lesson-- >> go back to school for a trade that is needed. exercise a little scregz discretion as to what is needed in your area before going back to school and i think if you do that, you're going to be fine. >> reporter: the factory president obama toured has plans to ad
nephew seems to having to a strict regimen of energy drinks. you know the energy drink-- aimed at a teenaged boy. just doesn't feel enough aggression inside of himself. ( laughter ) yeah, we've developed a cocktail of powerful stimulants. let's market it to people with no impulse control. ( laughter ) this shouldn't turn out like "lord of the flies" at all." a little bit of caffeine in there. well, you want to be alert to describe your symptoms to the cardiologist. ( laughter ) yeah. well, maybe they work. my 97 use know more than anybody else about electronics. they helped me upgrade my smartphone. it's nice. touch screen. exclamation point is next to a question mark. so often when i think i'm sending an inquiry i send an outrageous demand. ( laughter ) ( applause ) i thought i texted my wife, "you go to the grocery?" i texted, "you go to the grocery!" ( laughter ) that needs an lol attached. ( laughter ) these phones are very sophisticated. i used to have a problem with accidental pocket dialing, but now, put this new baby in my pocket with my keys, and i speed dial
,000 miles per hour. as it comes into the atmosphere, it has to dissipate that energy somehow and the dissipation goes into heating the air around it as it plunges in. but it also goes into breaking up the meteor, so it breaks up into smaller pieces. that helps to dissipate the energy. the reason why it was spread over such a large area is because the measurement on the contrail behind it is about 300 miles long. this is essentially skipping into the atmosphere so it's going to create a shock wave, like a sonic boom, that rolls along the surface of the planet for quite some distance, that would create the damage over such a wide area. >> mason: there was another close encounter today as an asteroid passed within 17,200 miles of earth, well inside the orbit of some of our satellites. are these events related or is this a cosmic coincidence? >> well, you know, there are all sorts of events going on in the solar system. it just so happens in coincidence that these two events happened today. we had the one that we already knew about for quite some time and this one that just sort
with great creative energy, and who has a great eye. - again, huge opportunity. you guys want to meet the candidates? [cheers and applause] first off, from white hall, maryland, rachele trainor. [cheers and applause] - i am rachele trainor. i'm from white hall, maryland, and i grew up on a dairy goat farm there. i kind of found my love for fashion when i was 11 or 12, and i went to school for it out in denver, colorado. i landed an internship at marie claire magazine. while working there for only a short period of time, my mom became very ill, so i decided to go home and be with her. now that everything is okay, i've been looking for work, and to get to a magazine like cosmo would really make me realize that this is why my road has led me to where i am. [cheers and applause] - up next, from washington, d.c., please welcome carlos bell. [cheers and applause] - hi, everyone. my name is carlos bell, and i'm from washington, d.c., but i currently live in new york. at a very early age, i'd always been interested in art, so when i found this discovery that fashion could be art, like, i need
is a very nice day. one of the reasons we're so warm is the air is so dry. it takes less energy to heat up a dry air than it does moist air. that's why we're warm today. mid, even upper 50s as you're seeing. beautiful tuesday but enjoy it because rain is going to develop tomorrow afternoon. then that rain is going to turn to some snow by tomorrow night. early in the evening let's say. my first call right now, a trace to 2 inches across the metro region with less south, more north. there will be some areas north and west of d.c. could get three inches or so. i-70, west of 81, those areas where you'll see colder temperatures, you have a better chance for the snow to stick and a longer period to see some snow. our snowstorm we're talking -- i hate to use the word storm when we have a little bit of snow expected -- it's out here near the texas panhandle. they could get more than six inches of snow north of interstate 40 there. this will be moving toward us. you can see all the moisture out in advance of it all the way up the carolina coast, the south carolina coast. we have a nice hold on the
solo with a little more gray and a lot less energy. >>> one of three adults living in d.c. cannot read well enough to fill out a job application. coming up we'll look at a program that is helping these people get educated and back to work. >>> people at the d.c. water utility don't expect daniel day lewis to audition but they are hoping some energetic actors will try out for the job. d.c. water is looking for somebody to embrace the role of wendy the water jock, their official mascot. the utility held open auditions today. they'll do it again on tuesday at the bryant street pumping station in northwest. bring your enthusiasm and, top, i suppose you could be far more excited if it was like sammy the snowflake or, something right? >> i would like that. >>> we've seen the original raindrop event and it's kind of cool. try out. here's a live look outside. it's national airport, our michael and son weather cam, quiet, a little light rain here and there, temps around 50, dew points in the 30s, relative humidity 58%. the winds north, northwest at 26, so the front through, colder air rushing i
you're a national championship contender, not competing with a lot of energy, starting to pull away, tim hardaway with a pretty reversal. penn state still within contact distance. >> doug: glenn robinson iii has had a disappearing act the last couple of weeks. >> doug: one last time, the big east. immediately following basketball, we'll have live coverage of the final round of the northern trust open. jim nantz with an update. >> jim: another sunny day at beautiful riviera, and the final round of the northern trust open. bill haas, the overnight leader saturday. at the ninth hole for birdie. for birdie. at the 10th, the par 4, one of the great short holes in the world. holing that one for an eagle. at 11, the par 5, the hot stretch continues. blasting it out to about 4 1/2 feet. now to complete a three-hole stretch in four under par, haas knocks it in, on his way to 64. low round of the day by three. he won this tournament a year ago. he's going for the repeat victory. but the big names are lurking, the final round is coming up later today here on cbs sports. >> doug: thanks, jim. t
our way. it looks pretty impressive but the bulk of the energy breaks off to the north. not as cold tonight. we might get through the morning rush hour dry. a morning mix is still possible but mainly north and west of town. we're talking hagerstown west and west of i-81. and milder with showers in the afternoon. the mild air will win out with this particular situation. so here's our futurecast. 6:00 in the morning, it's dry. might even see a peek of the sun north of town. we do see the rain showing up in the mountains. we'll put this into motion. by 7:30, still dry. if you're an early commuter, that increases your chance of making it to work with dry pavement. by 9:00 we see showers in frederick, leesburg and back toward culpeper. a mix of snow back in the mountains. there are winter weather advisories for alleghany county, mineral and grant and folks toward petersburg for a little snow and sleet. put this back into motion. by 10:30 the showers are crossing i-95. and then by noon, we've got showers across the board. but it gets out of here very quickly. by this time tomorrow, we wil
, and president hugo chavez responded. thanks to them, citizens energy is able to deliver millions of gallons of fuel to families just like the berios. i'm joe kennedy. if you need help staying warm, call me at 1-877-joe-4-oil. because no one should be left out in the cold! >>> the former cop christopher dorner died from a single gunshot wound to the head. whether it is dorner that pulled the trigger, we're not sure about it yet. police cornered dorner on tuesday at a cabin in big bear that lead to the shootout and the fire that burned the place down. dorner had been wanted for a series of killings that terrorized the region around l.a. >>> in the mail bag tonight, the rage of the common man or at least the folks who commonly look at the wusa9 facebook page. we asked if the congress members ought to have to take a pay cut if they can't stop the budget cutting sequester. many federal workers are going to feel the bite, so why not them, right? well, diane says she is a former dod employee says absolutely. any time there's a threat to funding, it's the average joe who takes the hit, not anybody
. the economy and jobs, manufacturing, infrastructure. he'll focus on education reform and energy. the most controversial topic is likely to be gun control, where there will be plenty of guests from both sides of the issue in the house galleries and pointed out by the president as the speech goes on. that would be the political theater, i mentioned a few sentences ago. let's go to tara for the rest of our preview. >> president obama wasn't offering a preview of a state of the union address to reporters this afternoon. >> white house aides say improving the economy and creating jobs will be front and center when the president speaks to congress and the country. >> as he outlays his plan tonight, everyone will see if we work together, we really will have a robust future. we can build our middle class. >> republicans want to hear president oh obama's plans. the growth of government. >> the second term offers a second chance. and if the president wants to regain the credibility he lost over the last four years on each of these issues, he'll start tonight. >> it's up to florida senator, m
get another piece of energy in bismarck and another piece of energy in montana. ultimately that will push a cold front our way. friday night as the front comes through, we'll get some rain showers tomorrow afternoon. then tomorrow night we may get a period of snow showers which actually could put down some minor accumulations. your forecast we're going to get up to 51 today, a real pleasant day. watch out for the isolated icy spots this morning. tomorrow 56. ahead of the showers in the afternoon and evening. some snow showers tomorrow night, 36. only 39 on saturday. a blustery day. but sunday is the really cold day. highs on sunday in the lower 30s. by monday back into the 40s and then more rain tuesday with a high around 50. we're talking about icy roads. with more on that, here comes monika. >> i was just on the phone with montgomery county police. they tell us with the black ice, there's a lot of slipping and sliding going on. you definitely want to keep your speed limits down because there are several accidents all over town. i'm going to give you a few examples. here's
responded. thanks to them, citizens energy is able to deliver millions of gallons of fuel to families just like diane's. i'm joe kennedy. if you need help staying warm this winter, call me at 1-877-joe-4-oil. because no one should be left out in the cold! >>> welcome back. 36 degrees here in washington. a few spots in the upper 20s but the bigger concern today is going to be rain for your afternoon. here's a look at the forecast. we're starting out dry with lots of 30s. rain will develop a little bit earlier in the afternoon. highs in the mid- to upper 40s. a touch of snow possible tonight. more on that coming up in a few minutes. right now inside to monika with timesaver traffic. >>> we're taking a look at new york avenue here at bladensburg road just up ahead, westbound new york avenue at 16th street northeast. a pedestrian struck, two right lanes are blocked. we don't know the condition of the pedestrian but we do know that the driver did stay on the scene. so watch out for that activity. back to you, jess. >> thank you, monika. >>> i've been combing through the day's daily deals, retai
. with this sort of dip right here, we get these pieces of energy to come through. you'll notice the snow showers coming through chicago this morning. this is going to help push a cold front through us late this afternoon and this evening. down across the gulf coast, look at all the rains coming in across the gulf of mexico, through central and southern florida but we're going to worry about the stuff to the north because that's going to change our weather. fir things first. a mild day. still sunshine lunch time but watch what happens toward mid afternoon as the showers move in through the shenandoah valley. crossing the blue ridge, approaching d.c. by 5:00. by 8:00 rain around. we'll see wet flakes mixing in. overnight some snow showers, especially fort and northeast. this should be the area i think along and north of 70 where if you're going to get an inch of snow, that will be the most likely spot starting out with partly sunny conditions tomorrow. there will be snow showers here, potentially a rain shower toward the coast. it's sunday that the coastal areas really have to watch. today some la
. still decent friday. then on saturday some late snow is going to be possible. there's a lot of energy. the cold air is in place. we'll have a storm near us or off shore. that's really the only question and still chilly on sunday. good morning, monika samtani. happy tuesday. >> happy tuesday it is. that's because we're really issue free right now. things look great on the beltway. things look good on all the major thoroughfares heading there. i'll start off with the bw parkway beyond through cheverly. looks like this has become a pattern on the northbound side of 295 heading up towards cheverly leaving the district. it's always a little bit heavy this time of the morning. the beltway near branch avenue, here we are. no issues to report here. the camera is stuck but i did check it out a few minutes ago and everything is fine here as you head down toward oxon hill and the wilson bridge. back to the maps. this time over to 66 on the inbound side in virginia. no issues manassas into centreville. looking good to fairfax. another live look this time over at the beltway and river road if you'
colder 30s. we'll have to watch to see if any energy gives us snow late. monica ant, we have wet streets and. >> reporter: we have a lot of slow traffic on the inbound side of 66 look at the long, slow stretch. still doesn't get much better heading into fairfax and vienna. there are no accidents and incidents in your way. you still want to give yourself a little extra time. a live look first of all on the northbound side of i-95, actually 355 in rockville. no problems to report here on route 28. you have slow traffic basically out of frederick, it is going to look like this. as you head toward clarksburg and german town. northbound 395 here at the 14th street bridge. this is what it looks like on all of your potomac refer crossings -- river crossings. >>> i'm getting ready to talk about eating like a king or a queen. the beloved edible symbol of the anything goes carnival vibe of new orleans, showing us how to celebrate like someone from the crescent city is the owner of bayou bakery, david good morning. how are you? >> morning. >> you have got a lot going on there. >> fantastic. i heard
in immigration and for gun control, and then the familiar themes like energy, education, and infrastructure. all of this delivered before a still sharply divided congress. president obama comes here to capitol hill tonight to fulfill his constitutional duty to inform congress about the state of the union. >> you will hear in the president's state of the union an outline from him for his plan to create jobs and grow the middle class. >> reporter: aides tell us the president's speech will sound more like the speeches he gave during his re-election bid. you can expect to hear a lot about the economy. but critics say once re-elected, the president pivoted and his spent most of his second term working on social issues such as gun control and immigration reform. the white house disagrees. >> there's no pivot here. the president's principal preoccupation since he ran for office in 2007 has been what we need to do to make our economy work for the middle class. >> reporter: in the republican response, florida senator marco rubio is exchanpected to make t case of how less regulation can create more jobs a
three new bucks into the game. >> bill: got to get some energy. that's why he's doing that. great passing lanes. the bigs are moved way out. >> tim: jackson. >> bill: a nickel-dimer as brust drove. >> tim: time out. alright, if you're thinkin about gettin' a new truck, you're probably thinkin' about fuel economy. well, you're gonna want some torque to go with it... 'cuz unless you'r usin' your truck to deliver pizza's ...
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to new york. it's just such a great city and the thing that's incredible about new york is the energy. i think that's what i miss most. and this visit is especially fun because i'm gonna meet one of my meaningful beauty customers for the very first time. hi, shannon. >> hi! >> how are you? >> oh, how are you? it's so nice to meet you. >> nice to meet you. thank you so much for coming up. >> thank you for having me. i'm so excited. >> you're a kindergarten teacher, right? >> i am a kindergarten teacher. >> and you're from texas. >> from houston, that's right. >> it's exciting for me and doctor sebagh to meet you and get to experience what it's really like to be one of his patients. >> that is so exciting. >> so, on that note, let's bring him in. doctor sebagh. >> hello, how are you? pleased to meet you. >> this is shannon. this is jean-louis. >> you look great. >> thank you, thanks to you. thank you. i had a trip to new york where i was able to meet doctor sebagh and cindy also. >> it's amazing. it's really nice. >> he's checking the elasticity now. >> the elasticity is very good. because
. >> if this amount of energy had been detonated at ground level instead of 10 miles up, it would have probably leveled every single building in an area the size of chicago. >> reporter: that's hundreds of thousands, maybe millions dead. >> it's hard to think about that the possibility could be that, but it's there. >> reporter: the explosion blew out windows in thousands of apartment buildings, sending glass shards flying. no one was killed. among the jur injured, two00 children. more than 300 schools sustained damage. a wall at a zinc factually claeped. the region's governor promised to replace all the broken windows in a week, a long way where the temperature was 12 below zero. tony guida, cbs news, new york. >> axelrod: the russians weren't the only ones looking up and seeing meteors purpose there were two other apparent meteor sightings reported last night, one over cuba and then look at the upper right part of your screen. this image was captured in san francisco. neither of these other two meteors caused any injuries or damage. joining us now for more on all this activity above earth is
weeks pregnant with her second child. >> i feel great, a lot of energy. it's been a wonderful experience. >> reporter: she takes a prenatal multivitamin with folic acid. a study looked at 85,000 children in norway. researchers found mothers who took folic acid supplements before they conceived and during the first two months of their pregnancy lowered their chances of having a child with autism 39%. >> it will lead to new ideas and potentially new ways to prevent autistic disorders. >> reporter: folic acid is already known to reduce the risk of brain and spine birth defects, like spina bifida. >> it's not in any way dangerous to the patient. it is not costly. it's part of the standard of care regardless. we would definitely recommend it. >> reporter: doctors recommend that women who are pregnant or becoming -- or planning to become pregnant take 400 micrograms of folic acid a day. it's found in foods, including leafy vegetables, citrus fruits and whole grains but most women don't get enough through food alone. danetia has been taking supplements since trying to get pregnant with her firs
good. temperatures then in the upper 40s to around 50. but colder this weekend. watching some energy for saturday. we're hoping that the storm -- the storm is getting to form. we hope it will form enough off shore so it won't be a problem. we'll have to watch it regardless. >>> if you're planning to head around town, it's pretty happy. things haven't been too bad. we've had this one issue only really in columbia on the westbound side of route 32. ramp to route 29. let's go to our traffic camera and show you what's going on there. it was an overturned truck. it happened an hour and a half ago. the ramp remains blocked, equipment on the scene but they need to upright it and clean up. use i-95 instead. let's go to another live picture, this time to the other side of town. no issues to report if you're planning to head over to the northbound side of i-95 in springfield. let's go to that live picture now on the southbound side of i- 270. this is a live picture from our sky 9, 270 exiting on to the beltway, a slow exit here on the spur but that's about it on 270. andrea, back to you. >> mo
a little bit. you have more energy to work with in the atmosphere and there are -- and the bigger storms we've gotten have been february into march. we're not talking a big storm but a little storm coming across the region wednesday, wednesday night bringing rain and perhaps a little bit of snow in a few areas. here's a look at your forecast. it's going to be a nice day with sunshine. we've had gusts 30 plus, even 40 plus in the mountains. we'll see lighter winds this afternoon. as temperatures get back. these numbers might be just a hair on the low side. we could be instead of 53 action perhaps 55, 56 -- 53, perhaps 55, 56. we have wind advisories still till 10:00 out towards areas in the blue ridge and shenandoah valley. some of the gusts and elevations will especially be in the 40, 45 mile an hour range, maybe even topping 50. i jumped that too fast of the let's go back. 41 in petersburg. 28 here in d.c. still gusting 30 in hagerstown. cumberland, you're having gusts near 40 miles an hour right now. the winds will come down as we get into the later morning and afternoon. 44 in reston and
believe we attract new jobs to america by investing in new sources of energy and new infrastructure and the next generation of high wage hi-tech american manufacturing. i believe in manufacturing. >> this is the first in a three- day road trip for president obama, but republicans criticize the trip saying if president were serious about turning his plans into law, he would have stayed here in washington to work with congress. >>> one of the president's biggest new policy proposals comes with a lefty price tag, universal pre-- a hefty price tag, universal preschool that could cost over $200 billion the first 10 years but substantially less later on. bruce leshan joins us now. the president thinks the benefit is way bigger than the cost. >> that's right. you and me and millions of other parents have struggled to find really good high quality preschool for our kids and to pay for it, of course, just like kindergarten and grade school. the president says this is something state, local and federal governments ought to provide for all of america's children. >> you're not the king. >> repo
to them, citizens energy is able to deliver millions of gallons of fuel to families just like the berios. i'm joe kennedy. if you need help staying warm, call me at 1-877-joe-4-oil. because no one should be left out in the cold! >>> welcome back. your weather fir. plenty of slick -- weather first. plenty of slick spots. many areas have dropped to the freezing mark. it will turn out to be a much, much nicer afternoon with highs in the upper 40s and low 50s and plenty of sunshine. mike and andrea, over to you good thanks, howard. >>> answering the question of the morning. a recent survey suggests 66% of americans had one of these when they were children. is it a, a teddy bear, b, an imaginary friend, or c, a video game? >> the answer is b, imaginary friend. we'll be right >>> welcome back. 6:58. we have icy spots this morning, temps near 30 so please be careful with that. it's going to turn out to be a nice day, 51. late showers tomorrow could turn into snow showers. maybe a little accumulation friday night with much colder temperatures this weekend and then back to 50 by next tuesday. but
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in online spying directed at companies with ties to military technology, but energy, finance, and other industries have also been hacked over the past five years. senior correspondent john miller is a former fbi assistant director. john, good morning. how widespread? >> this is pretty widespread, charlie. when you take an nie, national intelligence estimate, this is really the consensus of all 16 intelligence agencies on a problem, so this is going to be a fairly authoritative document that's sounding the alarm that china -- well, picture this. two giant aircraft hangars full of military people who work 24/7 hacking into u.s. government databases, private corporation databases. >> you mean those are chinese hackers doing that. >> yes, yes. and they're working for the government. these aren't guys doing it for entertaining. here's the difference. we do that too. all countries do that. the difference -- i think the alarm the report sounds is china does it not just for political and military secrets, they're stealing trade secrets to get china ahead. >>> obviously the breaking story this m
with the national atomic energy agency. >>> and "the wall street journal" says the u.s. and europeans have struck up a trade deal. it could take two years to compete. >>> "usa today" says there use news on chuck hagel. they could decide tomorrow. republicans are threatening to stonewall the nomination and moderate republican susan says she'll appose hagel. >> at a hearing yesterday patrick donohoe told senators the postal service needs their help. last year, keep in mind, the post office loft nearly $16 billion. >>> and the "los angeles times" says researchers believe they may have spotted the youngest black hole in the galaxy and it's not fashion only 200,000 light years away. some say a black hole could provide a passage to ano >> announcer: this national weather report sponsored by kay jewelers. every kiss begins with kay. >>> this morning los angeles police are defending the fiery end to the shoot-out with christopher dorner. we did not intentionally burn down that cabin to get mr. dorner out. >> our carter evans with new details on how things ended. >>> and another dangerous man is on the loose
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